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... at me with an odd expression, which I later realized could have been from general lack of knowledge about what happened in 1989.
I talked with her about a wide variety of topics, and having our own, private, English-speaking guide who literally walked with us the entire time made missing our tour the day before less of a downer. We talked about the immaculate roads in China, the farmland and countryside we were driving through, and we talked about how there’s ...
... appreciate the bottle in the room. LOL.
Another lovely day in Russia. The guard was cooking Onions this morning. Thought I had eaten one. It was a bit strong.
Dee is still dead to the world. I wonder if that mouse was back again last night.
Had some cereal this morning with the milk we brought on the train. I think it will last today and it will be getting binned.
So far ...
... watch towers with difficult to navigate stairs, and lots and lots of steep bits (and not the type that flatten out as you get closer...no siree...). Though we were wondering how the pesky nomads and barbarians even got to the wall, its pretty perilous terrain!
Walking was great, until we got to [watch tower 23] which had *several* steep steps. Was tough going, and not great for those with a touch of vertigo!
After a few hours walking ...
... baby ducks, and many varieties of fruit.
After wandering for a couple of hours we decided to head for the subway and go back to the hutong for dinner. One change on the subway and we were back at Nan Luoguxiang Station and after crossing the busy road, back on the hutong. We decided to try Tastes, a large restaurant on Nan Luoguxiang Hutong near our hostels and it turned out to be a great suggestion. Comfy ...
... to no avail as he was told that we had to buy them on the same day.
So, we got up and went to the train station at around ten to see if we could get tickets for the eleven o’clock train but we were told - in a manner of speaking - that there were no trains for that time. We assume that this was because it was full. Anyway we tried to get the much later 12.45 train which was not ideal but we thought that maybe we could enjoy a sunset at the ...